First Foal Is A Colt For Indiana Stallion Shagaf

The first foal by Grade 3 Gotham Stakes winner Shagaf (Bernardini) is a colt out of Rain On Sunday.

Shagaf, owned by Shadwell Farms, is standing his second season at Indiana Stallion Station in Anderson, Ind.

Rain On Sunday (Eddington – Equal Reign, by Equality) is a maiden mare owned by Kenneth Elliot.

“The filly is nicely put together and has quite the personality,” said Joyce Baker, owner of Indiana Stallion Station, which stands five stallions participating in the lucrative Indiana Thoroughbred Breed Development Program. “We’re excited for her breeder and look forward to her future.”

Indiana-sired horses will be running for more than $3.65 million in purses in 40 total stakes at Indiana Grand Racing and Casino in Shelbyville in 2021 alone. Throughout the 120-day race meet at the track, overnights, including Indiana-sired and Indiana-bred races will see a purse total of more than $9.3 million.

Shagaf stands at Indiana Stallion Station at a fee of $2,500.

“We are grateful to Shadwell Farm for allowing us the chance to stand their regal stallion,” said Baker. “We’re looking forward to seeing more of his offspring this season and soon on the track.”

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